please log in to view this image Derby County vs QPR The Championship Monday 29th November at 7:45pm Pride Park Stadium please log in to view this image Players who have played for both; Don Masson; 1974–1977 Queens Park Rangers 116 (18) 1977–1978 Derby County 23 (1) Leighton James; 1975–1977 Derby County 68 (15) 1977–1978 Queens Park Rangers 28 (4) Paul Goddard; 1977–1980 Queens Park Rangers 70 (23) 1988–1989 Derby County 49 (15) Gordon Hill; 1978–1979 Derby County 24 (5) 1979–1981 Queens Park Rangers 14 (1) Dave Webb; 1974–1977 Queens Park Rangers 116 (7) 1978–1980 Derby County 26 (1) Steve Wicks; 1978–1979 Derby County 24 (0) 1979–1981 Queens Park Rangers 73 (0) 1981–1986 Queens Park Rangers 116 (6) Gary Micklewhite; 1979–1985 Queens Park Rangers 97 (11) 1985–1993 Derby County 240 (31) John Gregory; 1981–1985 Queens Park Rangers 161 (36) 1985–1988 Derby County 103 (22) Danny Dichio; 1993–1997 Queens Park Rangers 75 (20) 2003 → Derby County (loan) 6 (1) Mikkel Beck; 1999–2000 Derby County 18 (2) 1999 → Nottingham Forest (loan) 5 (1) 2000 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 11 (4) Dean Sturridge; 1991–2001 Derby County 190 (53) 2005–2006 Queens Park Rangers 11 (0) Warren Barton; 2002–2003 Derby County 54 (0) 2003–2004 Queens Park Rangers 3 (0) Dexter Blackstock; 2005 → Derby County (loan) 9 (3) 2006–2009 Queens Park Rangers 109 (30) Paul Peschisolido; 2000 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 5 (1) 2004–2007 Derby County[A] 91 (20) Adam Bolder; 2000–2007 Derby County 166 (11) 2007–2009 Queens Park Rangers 40 (2) Lee Camp; 2002–2007 Derby County 89 (0) 2004 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 12 (0) 2007 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 11 (0) 2007–2009 Queens Park Rangers 50 (0) Bob Malcolm; 2006–2008 Derby County 10 (0) 2007–2008 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 11 (0) Rob Hulse; 2008–2010 Derby County 82 (28) 2010–2013 Queens Park Rangers 23 (2) Ravel Morrison; 2014 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 15 (6 2021– Derby County 15 (0) Managed both; Jim Smith; 1985–1988 Queens Park Rangers 1995–2001 Derby County Steve Mclaren; 2013–2015 Derby County 2016–2017 Derby County 2018–2019 Queens Park Rangers Previous meetings; Games won: 18 Games drawn: 20 Games lost: 23 Ones to remember; 23 Aug 1975 Derby County v Queens Park Rangers W 1-5 League Division One 04 Sep 1982 Queens Park Rangers v Derby County W 4-1 League Division Two 24 Oct 2009 Derby County v Queens Park Rangers W 2-4 League Championship 24 May 2014 Derby County v Queens Park Rangers W 0-1 League Championship Play-Offs Been posted many times before, and now over seven years ago, so a long time ago, yes, but still enjoyable; Ones to forget; 06 Mar 1948 Derby County v Queens Park Rangers L 5-0 FA Cup 17 Feb 1968 Derby County v Queens Park Rangers L 4-0 League Division Two 09 Nov 1974 Derby County v Queens Park Rangers L 5-2 League Division One Match Preview; Derby, after their 12 point deduction for going into administration, and then further 9 point deduction for historical financial breaches, now, after 4 wins, and 10 draws, sit bottom of the table with 1 point. Without the points reduction, they'd be 19th. We can debate the rights and wrongs of their points deduction elsewhere (personally, I think it is kicking a man whilst he is down, and it punishes the fans for the wrongs of the owners). Their latest game was an impressive 0-0 draw away to league leaders, Fulham. Their top scorer is Tom Lawrence, with 4 goals. Looking through their squad, they have some experienced players, in the likes of Phil Jagielka and Colin Kazim-Richards, and also a good group of young players in the mix. Ravel Morrison is with them now too. Interesting to see, he scored 6 goals for us during his 15 game loan spell. That is the most he's scored for any club, and in total he's scored 15 goals during his career. Seems we saw the best of him, but hope he doesn't come back to haunt us. As for us, after a good win on Wednesday night, we now sit 4th, top of the chasing pack and only a point behind West Brom. Seems we have some grit and determination when we play, and even when we don't dominate the matches, we manage to weather the odd storm, and then Charlie is always there to take his chance and bag us the win. Lovely stuff. Having the weekend off, and an extra day, will hopefully give time for Dykes, Austin and co to have a bit of a break, and go into Monday night fully recovered and ready to go. Plus, we are then not playing until Sunday, so a good amount of time between games. Team News: QPR: Sam McCallum will miss out for the R’s, whilst Moses Odubajo, Lyndon Dykes and Andre Gray are pushing for returns Derby County: Liam Buchanan has picked up a knock, whilst Colin Kazim-Richards will be looking for a return. Pre-match talk: Mark Warburton (QPR Manager): “We’re showing more resilience and right now, we’re in a good place. But the league is so tight and we have to focus on what is going to be a really stern test at Pride Park.” Wayne Rooney (Derby County Manager): “Every game in this division is tough, we know we will have to be at our best, but we will create chances and it’s about taking them.” Enjoy those who'll be going, and as always...COME ON YOU SUPER HOOPSA!!!